I’m Natalie, a consultant and part-time graphic designer based in Washington, DC. I’m currently taking a break from freelance web design and branding to collaborate with like-minded creatives on special projects. This is my happy place, a curated collection of nice things with good design.
I started my blog in 2013 to share a bit of sartorial and interior inspiration outside my full-time job, and quickly acquired a passion for graphic design. My work spans from website design, to identity, and print. With a minimalist approach, I’m a lover of all things type, appreciate negative space, am drawn to curvy shapes and fresh perspectives, and enjoy a hint of fun. I’m often inspired by ephemera, typography, and playful elements. I collect matchbooks, paper products, and mid-century finds, and can usually be found binge watching crime shows on Netflix or decorating my 1940’s apartment. My work has been featured in Urban Outfitters, Washingtonian, Domino, Refinery29, Huff Post, Apartment 34, SF Girl by Bay, and more. A selection of my creative work can be found on Behance.